Texas Sea Grant-funded researchers have published their research findings in many prestigious peer-reviewed journals. They are listed alphabetically by title.
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High 226Ra and 228Ra activities in Nueces Bay, Texas, indicate large submarine saline discharges. 2007. TAMU-SG-12-828. Marine Chemistry, 103(1-2):131-145 : J.A. Breier, H.N. Edmonds
High frequency of occurrence of anthropogenic debris ingestion by sea turtles in the North Pacific Ocean. Oct. 2015. TAMU-SG-15-811. Marine Biology 162(10):2079-2091 : Kathryn R. Wedemeyer-Strombel, George H. Balazs, James B. Johnson, Taylor D. Peterson, Mary K. Wicksten, Pamela T. Plotkin
Homogeneity across mail survey waves: a replicated study. 1992. TAMU-SG-92-815. Journal of Leisure Research 24(1): 79-85 : S. Choi, R. Ditton, G. Matlock
Host-to-host transmission of Perkinsus marinus in oyster (Crassostrea virginica) populations by the ectoparasitic snail Boonea impressa (Pyramidellidae). 1987. TAMU-SG-87-844. Journal of Shellfish Research 6(1):1-5 : M. White , E. Powell, S. Ray, E. Wilson
How do drying and rewetting events affect nutrient fluxes and bacteria dynamics in subtropical estuarine sediments?. May 2017. TAMU-SG-17-912. M.S. thesis - The University of Texas at Austin : Jason Jenkins
How does dispersal affect chaos: viscous populations and families in a common Caribbean goby (Coryphopterus personatus). July 2015. TAMU-SG-15-915. M.S. thesis - Texas A&M University and Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi : Jason Daniel Selwyn